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I was at an algae farm in CA in 2011. It was a start up for making biodiesel from algae. Very promising.
Just picked up 3 truck loads of pine. Trees were down, just had to cut and load. Free (not considering my time).
It's firewood. Dry it, burn it.
Best music in a shop: Lou Reed, Todd Rundgren, Santana (before 1980), Steve Miller (before 1975), Frank Zappa (before 1980), John McLauglin's...
Nope, niet, onzin, kolder. Populier is een goed hout om te stoken.
In Rotterdam this week, petro conference. Hotel serves this nice Jopen IPA.
Dryer lint in toilet paper tubes. Easy accessible, requires no work, works every time.
My local roaster roasts the beans much too dark, shiny black with oils dripping out. Makes the coffee too bitter and too sour.
I am looking into a Breville lately; the Breville Barista Express. Not decided yet.
When I was a kid, my mother used one like this. She still has it.
My lady drinks Green Tea, Ginger Tea and Licorice Tea, all organic. She drinks an espresso two or three times a year.
Blade grinders produce a lot of heat; the coffee will loose a lot of its flavor. Ceramic burrs are the best option.
No milk no sugar.
I refuse to drink coffee that has milk in it.
Sent the link because that website covers all aspects of coffee making, including roasting.
Tried it, check here www.coffeegeek.com
My espresso machine has an active heating plate on top; I keep one double wall glass and my portafilter on there, so they are always warm. Roasted...
My roaster roasts about a standard peanut butter jar size of beans. Lasts me 3 days or so. Roasting takes 10 minutes for a dark roast. I do it...
We have a local coffee roasting shop where I buy the green beans from. Not cheap at $7-9 per pound but worth it.
I have tried beans from Mexico, Costa Rica, Ethiopia, Sumatra, Brazil, Guatamala and a few others. The Costa Rica beans have a low acidity and a...
My set up.
I buy Costa Rica green beans at 8$/lb. My Saeco espresso maker, I bought used for $100. I bought a roaster for $100. The grinder was about $100....
French press is okay. I am an espresso guy.
That's why a roast my own beans, grind them and enjoy them. If I can see the bottom of my cup, it cannot be coffee.
I have a Saeco myself. During the day espresso is all I drink. Roasting my own beans was a big improvement.
I like your Gaggia.